Hi, my name is Johanna Heide.

I teach dynamic Vinyasa Yoga in Berlin. You can expect a lot of flows in my classes but also keen attention on alignment as well as time for pranayama and meditation. My classes have changing weekly themes and are taught to carefully selected soundtracks. More on my yoga background here.

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+++ Changes due to the Coronavirus: my THURSDAY class for all levels now takes place on TEMPELHOFER FELD, 7-9 PM, email me at hello[at] for details // my WEDNESDAY class for seniors is still suspended, but check my 3-Part VIDEO SERIES here ,password upon request via mail+++

All my classes have drop-in options or are donation-based, so no need to register beforehand. Classes are taught in German (with English translations if needed). Students of all ages, genders and body types are welcome. Generally classes are open to all levels of experience and suitable for beginners unless labeled advanced. Mats and other props are provided in all locations but feel free to bring your own if you want to.

  • Monday

  • Tuesday

  • Wednesday



  • Thursday
    7 - 9 PM

    @Tempelhofer Feld (meeting point Skatepark Vogelfreiheit)

    [Note: Class might be canceled if it is too cold and/or rains; if you are in doubt shoot me an email]

  • Friday

  • Saturday

  • Sunday


I also teach Workshops and Retreats. Contact me if you are interested.

Workshop Series for Queer Seniors  (postponed to fall 2020 or spring 2021)
Sunday morning workshops, 2,5 hour Yoga for beginners: Plenty of time to explore body and mind.
Free of charge thanks to Vorspielverein SSL Berlin e.V. and Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Inneres und Sport. Please register via Mail: or

26. April 2020: 11am – 1.30pm
10. May 2020: 11am – 1.30pm


5. September 2020

#5 Longing for retreat times

I took my very first yoga retreat in 2014 and was totally enthralled by the beauty that comes from practicing multiple times a day over an extended weekend or even longer. Ever since, I have participated in at least one retreat per year. Many of them took place in rural Brandenburg, organized by friends or […] Read more.

8. Juli 2020

#4 Support Your Local Yoga Studio

I am sharing this visual essay, which was circulated by the Fair Yoga Initiative in a spirit of solidarity. I am not directly affected by the current price dumping through which certain fitness apps seriously harm(ed) the Berlin Yoga scene, but many of my friends and colleagues are. The pandemic has only highlighted the terrible […] Read more.

11. Mai 2020

#3 Yoga Home Practice pt. 1 (Videos)

I am very slowly adapting to the new world of online yoga. In the last couple of weeks I have practiced with videos from different teachers … and recorded a few videos myself that you can find here: I’ll upload more videos soon. Shoot me an email for the password, but note that my […] Read more.

2. Mai 2020

#2 Music

I really miss practicing yoga with all of my lovely regulars + new friendly faces from time to time. Since I have no clue how much longer Corona will keep us apart, I have decided to bring some of things that are part of my yoga experience with you online. Next to moving, breathing and […] Read more.

1. Mai 2020


Even before Corona hit my yogis and friends have frequently asked me about one topic: MATS. But with the closure of studios and the rise of home practice, reasons to own a mat instead of just using studio mats have significantly increased. This post (which is not sponsored in any way!!!) introduces some mats that […] Read more.


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